114 Condos For Sale in Oakland, CA

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Located directly across the water from San Francisco, the city of Oakland, California, has a population of just over 400,000 people. Oakland is a large city, measuring nearly 80 square miles, and despite its massive size it was rated one of the most walkable large cities in the nation in 2011. Oakland is also home to three professional sports teams, the Oakland Raiders, the Oakland Athletics, and the Golden State Warriors, which compete in football, baseball, and basketball, respectively.

With over 50 neighborhood areas in the city, Oakland is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the nation, which makes for unique communities and eclectic surroundings in the lush California landscape. The real estate market in Oakland is just as diverse as its population, with condominiums, townhomes, single-family residences, and multi-family homes available in a wide range of price points. Although many homes in Oakland are 20-30 years old, there are also some brand-new homes available in newer developments. While much of Oakland is established, there are also a number of empty lots available for individuals who wish to build a customized home.

Oakland is a major transport city, and the Port of Oakland is the busiest port in the San Francisco Bay Area. With such a busy port, marine cargo transport is responsible for nearly 200,000 jobs in the Oakland area. Aside from the transportation industry, retail, manufacturing, distribution, technology, web-based services, and food service are also top industries in Oakland, with companies such as Ask.com, Clorox, Cost Plus World Markets, Dreyer’s, and Pandora Radio all operating in the city. Healthcare is also a top industry in Oakland, with Alta Bates Summit Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Children’s Hospital Oakland, and the Alameda Health System employing more than 10,000 people combined. Many hotels, motels, restaurants, museums, theaters, and other destinations constitute some of the top employers in the city, and help contribute to the billion-dollar tourism industry in Oakland.